RALEIGH — Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines is pleased to announce that Lillie Foley Jones of Havelock is the Carteret top seller for the 2021 Girl Scout Cookie Program.
ATLANTIC BEACH — After over a year without any events, the N.C. State Park Service at Fort Macon State Park in Atlantic Beach has returned to regular programming.
ATLANTIC BEACH — After more than a year of the COVID-19 pandemic and recently lifting outdoor restrictions, the Crystal Coast Stargazers, in conjunction with the Fort Macon State Park Education Series, are sponsoring Fort Macon Astronomy Night on Friday, June 18 at 8:30 p.m.
DAVIS — Boy Scout Troop 252 recently held its Spring Court of Honor and Family Night at the Down East Scout Center in Davis, with members of the troop’s leadership corps in charge of the program.
Each person who ever heard an encouraging word from the ever-smiling former mayor of Pine Knoll Shores – Joan Lamson – shed a tear or two when he or she learned about Joan’s death in early May 2021.
EASTERN N.C. — The American Red Cross Eastern North Carolina Region, Tricounty Giveback, Smiley’s Unique Entertainment and ViewStub are proud to announce a three-day virtual COVID-19 Relief Benefit Concert.
INDIAN BEACH — Victor E. Heinrich has been recognized by the N.C. National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association for his long-term, continuous efforts in legislative advocacy.
MOREHEAD CITY — UScellular has announced a $30,000 investment in Boys & Girls Clubs of the Clubs of the Coastal Plain to support clubs in Beaufort and Morehead City while providing educational opportunities and experiences to local youth.
MOREHEAD CITY — Three times is a charm! Congratulations goes out to local artist Vicky White for winning the Art From The Heart People’s Choice Award for the third year in a row.
MOREHEAD CITY — Domestic Violence is an epidemic – locally and nationally. The average number of calls to Carteret County Communications for law enforcement intervention is in excess of 1,700 annually. Each year the Carteret County Domestic Violence Program provides safe shelter and supporti…
BEAUFORT — Patrons are invited to visit the Mattie King Davis Art Gallery on Saturday through Monday, June 5-7, to welcome artist Heather Sink.
Carteret County already lays claim to being the “Water Sports Capital of North Carolina,” and it’s easy to see why with so much to do “on, in, under, over and beside” the ocean, sounds and inland waterways.
CARTERET COUNTY — In order to foster mother-daughter relationships in a philanthropic organization committed to community service, leadership development, and cultural experiences, National Charity League, Inc. is a mother-daughter organization dedicated to serving communities and to fosteri…
RALEIGH — When the N.C. Symphony takes the stage at Koka Booth Amphitheatre in June, it will have been nearly two full years since the orchestra last performed at its beautiful summer home in Cary.
EducationNC (EdNC) recently reported: “In 2015, out of 115 school districts, only 16 local boards of education in North Carolina were chosen on a partisan basis. Now, there are 39.”
EMERALD ISLE — At the May 11 meeting of the Emerald Isle Board of Commissioners, Mayor Eddie Barber announced that May 22-28 was “National Safe Boating Week” and presented a proclamation to Carl Rauschenberg, U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla public affairs officer.
MOREHEAD CITY — The Morehead City-Beaufort Elks Lodge No. 1710 is partnering with Cricket II Project to sponsor a Blessing of the Fleet event at 5 p.m. Sunday, June 6 on the Morehead City waterfront between 4th and 9th streets.